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Sourced Locally producer D C Williamson has just released its fruit juices into East of England Co-op stores...we found out more about the brand.

If he had his way, brewery and pubs boss Andy Wood would consign job titles to the dustbin.

East Anglian winemakers celebrated their growing importance at an annual awards event.

Pascal Canevet of Maison Bleue has been named the top chef in the country at a prestigious national ceremony.

Suffolk coffee company Paddy & Scott's has launched its biggest 'fuelling station' to date.

The Jones family has brought new life to what was The Fishers Hotel in Pakefield.

Which of these young chefs will see their dish on the menu of a local restaurant?

With Father's Day (June 16) on the horizon, maybe it's time to give dad a treat? Here are some savoury afternoon tea options to check out.

Soaring sales have sent UK gin exports to new heights, with Suffolk and Essex distillers reporting growing overseas demand.

This former fancy dress shop in Felixstowe has been transformed into a cakery and tearoom.

A Suffolk chef has flown off to Spain to fly the flag for British-made cuisine as one of 14 'UK gastropub chef ambassadors'.

Meet producers, taste some of the best local food, learn from top chefs, and shop 'til you drop at this year's free food festival.

Get your hands on a bacon or fried egg sandwich as part of Sourced Locally Fortnight 2019.

Beer lover Ed Barnes of Hopsters in Ipswich shares tasting notes for what he thinks is the best brew for June.


Mark Heath and his wife Liz visited the recently-opened Ice Cafe in Rougham for an early Sunday lunch. Here's what they made of it...

This Father's Day, why not treat your cheese-loving dad to a selection of full-flavoured cheeses? With these suggestions from Slate in Aldeburgh, you can create a perfectly balanced cheeseboard of exquisite flavours and smooth textures - guaranteed to blow his socks off!

A beer created by apprentice brewers in Bury St Edmunds is set to be launched nationally.

This teatime treat is wrapped in nostalgia and ideal for garden parties and summer cake sales.

One of the best things about the show is the huge array of delicious food. Whether you've got a hankering for a hot dog, pizza, crepe or paella, you'll find something delicious.

If you're planning a Eurovision party these cute triangles are the perfect sweet treat to serve with your G&Ts.


Our food and drink editor took a trip to the East Anglian coast, and this award-winning American diner.

Mark Heath and his wife Liz visited the recently-opened Ice Cafe in Rougham for an early Sunday lunch. Here's what they made of it...

Nicola Warren tries breakfast at this popular spot

Emily Cotton dined on locally caught, fresh fish at this seaside restaurant.

Emily Cashen tries a spot of lunch in this quirky town centre cafe

Our food and drink editor took a trip to Spain (via Lavenham) to try out the tapas-style menu at this recently taken over village pub.

Mark Heath and his wife Liz visited The Mulberry restaurant in Thetford - here's what they made of it.

Nicola Warren takes her family for lunch at a garden centre near Manningtree

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